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Maryland Federal District Court Issues Willful FBAR Penalty Opinion in United States v. Horowitz – No. PWG-16-1997 – PDF

On January 18, 2019, the U.S. District Court held defendants liable for the willful FBAR Penalty in its opinion in United States v. Horowitz, No. PWG-16-1997 […]

When Can a Court Use Its Discretion to Decline Foreclosure of Property Subject to a Federal Tax Lien?

When Can a Court Use Its Discretion to Decline Foreclosure of Property Subject to an IRS Federal Tax Lien? Judicial discretion to decline foreclosure in Federal […]
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Application of Homestead Provisions To Keep Your Home in Bankruptcy and Survival of Federal Tax Liens

Application of Homestead Provisions To Keep Your Home in Bankruptcy and Survival of Federal Tax Liens California’s Homestead exemption is found in Chapter 4 of Division […]
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Does Res Judicata Apply to Stipulated Tax Court Decisions?

Does Res Judicata Apply to Stipulated U.S. Tax Court Decisions? The judicial principle of res judicata applies to stipulated Tax Court Decisions. However, if the stipulated […]
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What Is a Federal IRS Tax Lien?

What is a federal IRS tax lien? A federal IRS tax lien is a lien for unpaid tax liabilities which arises in favor of the United […]
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What Is an IRS Tax Assessment?

What Is an IRS Tax Assessment? An IRS tax assessment is a bookkeeping entry made by the Internal Revenue Service when an IRS assessment officer signs […]

Bakersfield Man Who Ran Catholic-Centered Charitable Websites Indicted for Tax Evasion

The Department of Justice recently issued a press release (click here to see it) announcing the indictment of a Bakersfield man, Michael Galloway, who owned the […]

Newport Beach Executive Sentenced to 7 Years For $180 million Unreported Income

The Orange County DA’s office issued a press release yesterday reporting that Richard Engel, a 70 year old Newport Beach man, was sentenced to seven years […]

Star of “Jersey Shore” Indicted for Tax Fraud

Michael “The Situation” Sorrentino and his brother/manager Marc Sorrentingo were indicted last week for allegedly failing to pay taxes on $8.9 million of income, according to […]

First Day of Trial for UBS Executive

The high profile federal criminal trial of Raoul Weil began today in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.  Weil was the chief executive of UBS AG wealth management. This […]

Blows Dealt to Department of Justice in Offshore Bank Account Enforcement

The big news last week was that the Department of Justice lost two high-profiled trials involving offshore bank accounts. The first was a jury verdict of […]

So-Cal Tax Attorney and CPA Who Evaded Taxes Sentenced to Almost 5 Years

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of California issued a press release last week reporting a conviction of a former tax attorney.  Lloyd Irving […]

Toner Cartridge Thief Pleads Guilty to Tax Fraud

Earlier this month, Eduardo C. Partida, a resident of South Gate, pleaded guilty to one count of tax fraud, according to an IRS press release.  The […]

Los Angeles Area Car Dealers Sentenced for Tax Evasion

Last week the Pasadena Star News reported that two car-dealing brothers were sentenced by the LA Superior Court to three year sentences.  They pleaded no contest to […]

Republican Congressman Michael Grimm to Resign Following Guilty Plea to Tax Charge

On December 30, 2014, New York Representative Michael Grimm (Rep.) announced he would resign as of January 5, 2015, according to a report by the Associated Press and […]

Attorney Found Guilty of Tax Fraud

Yesterday, the U.S. Department of Justice’s Tax Division won a conviction against a New York attorney for failing to report income on his 2007, 2008 and […]